Jenkins cli commands

11/20/2016 By emehany

 add-job-to-view  Adds jobs to view.
build Builds a job, and optionally waits until its completion.
cancel-quiet-down Cancel the effect of the "quiet-down" command.
clear-queue Clears the build queue.
connect-node Reconnect to a node(s)
console Retrieves console output of a build.
copy-job Copies a job.
create-credentials-by-xml Create Credential by XML
create-credentials-domain-by-xml Create Credentials Domain by XML
create-job Creates a new job by reading stdin as a configuration XML file.
create-node Creates a new node by reading stdin as a XML configuration.
create-view Creates a new view by reading stdin as a XML configuration.
delete-builds Deletes build record(s).
delete-credentials Delete a Credential
delete-credentials-domain Delete a Credentials Domain
delete-job Deletes job(s).
delete-node Deletes node(s)
delete-view Deletes view(s).
disable-job Disables a job.
disconnect-node Disconnects from a node.
enable-job Enables a job.
get-credentials-as-xml Get a Credentials as XML (secrets redacted)
get-credentials-domain-as-xml Get a Credentials Domain as XML
get-gradle List available gradle installations
get-job Dumps the job definition XML to stdout.
get-node Dumps the node definition XML to stdout.
get-view Dumps the view definition XML to stdout.
groovy Executes the specified Groovy script.
groovysh Runs an interactive groovy shell.
help Lists all the available commands or a detailed description of single command.
install-plugin Installs a plugin either from a file, an URL, or from update center.
install-tool Performs automatic tool installation, and print its location to stdout. Can be only called from inside a build.
keep-build Mark the build to keep the build forever.
list-changes Dumps the changelog for the specified build(s).
list-credentials Lists the Credentials in a specific Store
list-credentials-context-resolvers List Credentials Context Resolvers
list-credentials-providers List Credentials Providers
list-jobs Lists all jobs in a specific view or item group.
list-plugins Outputs a list of installed plugins.
login Saves the current credential to allow future commands to run without explicit credential information.
logout Deletes the credential stored with the login command.
mail Reads stdin and sends that out as an e-mail.
offline-node Stop using a node for performing builds temporarily, until the next "online-node" command.
online-node Resume using a node for performing builds, to cancel out the earlier "offline-node" command.
quiet-down Quiet down Jenkins, in preparation for a restart. Don’t start any builds.
reload-configuration Discard all the loaded data in memory and reload everything from file system. Useful when you modified config files directly on disk.
reload-job Reload job(s)
remove-job-from-view Removes jobs from view.
replay-pipeline Replay a Pipeline build with edited script taken from standard input
restart Restart Jenkins.
safe-restart Safely restart Jenkins.
safe-shutdown Puts Jenkins into the quiet mode, wait for existing builds to be completed, and then shut down Jenkins.
session-id Outputs the session ID, which changes every time Jenkins restarts.
set-build-description Sets the description of a build.
set-build-display-name Sets the displayName of a build.
set-build-parameter Update/set the build parameter of the current build in progress.
set-build-result Sets the result of the current build. Works only if invoked from within a build.
set-external-build-result Set external monitor job result.
shutdown Immediately shuts down Jenkins server.
update-credentials-by-xml Update Credentials by XML
update-credentials-domain-by-xml Update Credentials Domain by XML
update-job Updates the job definition XML from stdin. The opposite of the get-job command.
update-node Updates the node definition XML from stdin. The opposite of the get-node command.
update-view Updates the view definition XML from stdin. The opposite of the get-view command.
version Outputs the current version.
wait-node-offline Wait for a node to become offline.
wait-node-online Wait for a node to become online.
who-am-i Reports your credential and permissions.

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